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‘Tumeuona mkono wako bwana’ hitmakers gifted a bus at Churchill Show

Zabron singers were all in joy after being gifted a bus by the founder of Mt Kenya University, Simon Gicharu during Churchill Show.

The Tanzanian singers made an appeal on behalf of the Adventist church that they needed a bus for their missions to promote the gospel.

The group was invited in Kenya to raise the funds to buy a bus after which they were invited on Churchill show.

“My name is Victoria Zabron. I love Kenyans which is why we have come here to boost unity. We are here to ask you to help the church which needs a bus. We need to do the work of God,” said Victoria, a member of the band.

“My name is DJ Kaz Kenya. I am an Adventist DJ and I sing with the Msanii Music Group. We have a concert and we wanted these Ministers of God to come and join us so that we can raise money to buy a mission bus,” stated DJ Kaz.

Churchill’s show Daniel Ndambuki then asked the MKU founder if he will facilitate the group with the bus.

In response Kenyan businessman Polycarp Igathe rose and confirmed that the billionaire would honour their wish. 

“Because they have travelled from far. The chairman here has asked me to announce that he will offer them a bus,” stated Igathe.

The event marked the first Churchill Show in TV47 since the programme was moved from NTV.

Shillah Magret
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